A Good Day

Just a quick note to say I’m feeling quite a lot better today, in fact I’m feeling quite good. I only had 3hrs sleep but I have a stack more energy. Yes, I know thats potentially a bad sign but while the fluctuations in my mood are so frequent I’m just going with it while it lasts and catching up on things I haven’t done in ages like reading blog posts, having a shower without having to leave the house and the worlds largest pile of washing…

Thanks for all of the awesome support over the last few days guys, you rock because you are my rocks. Just for fun, heres an unflattering picture of me with a goat on my back when I was 14ish, (please ignore the fact that you can see down my top).

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((Hugs to all)) xoxo Kate

 

2 Comments on “A Good Day

  1. I’m thrilled you feel a lot better and I absolutely LOVE the photo – just looking at it cheers me up. Yes, I’m so happy for you that you’re feeling good, Kate! :))))))))))))))

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